Monthly Archives: December 2018

Internet is growing at leaps and bounds around the world and broadband is rapidly becoming a large part of the growth. Peering connectivity is now available for more than half of today’s Internet traffic. And as a result, there is reduced latency and better bandwidth utilization for all network users which can deliver a faster, […]

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IoT, short for the internet of things, is a vast network of vehicles, home use appliances, physical gadgets and other electronics, sensors and connectable software which enables these gadgets to exchange data with the internet and other gadgets. From agricultural development to aircraft advances, each industry is excited about the possibilities of embedding the internet […]

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The Internet is made up of tens of thousands of separate networks. The size of the content being looked at, where the information is located and how good the end-to-end network connection is between the content and the consumer can affect both how long it takes to get to a consumers’ home as well as […]

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Broadband is essential to the modern world we live in. Fiber optic lines transfer data using modulated light instead of electricity, which gives them much higher bandwidth capacity. Fiber internet connections work at speeds up to 1 gigabit per second—literally 100 times faster than those old copper wire connections. If you consider the importance of speed, […]

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Internet shutdown is an intentional disruption of internet or electronic communications, rendering them inaccessible or effectively unusable, for a specific population or within a location, often to exert control over the flow of information. India is far in the lead with 54 shutdowns, followed by neighboring Pakistan that had 10 digital blackouts. ISP Management software application […]

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According to a recent report, there were 3.49 billion Internet users around the world. Considering that the number of humans living on Earth is presently estimated at some 8.5 billion, this means that over 41 percent of the world population is interconnected through the use of internet. China ranks first in a top of countries with most internet […]

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